The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers, with clickable Internet links.
Mario Gomez scored in the 90th minute to give Bayern Munich the advantage over Real Madrid as the German club chases a place in the Champions League soccer final in its home stadium.
Germany beat the Netherlands 2-1 last night to move closer to a quarterfinal spot in soccer’s European Championship. Portugal boosted its chances with a 3-2 win against Denmark.
Mario Gomez ’s last-minute goal gave Bayern Munich a 1-0 win at Inter Milan in their Champions League round of 16 opener. Manchester United drew 0-0 at Marseille.
Colombia, the second-largest supplier of Arabica coffee beans, said a slump in prices is putting at risk next year’s recovery in its harvest.
Denmark upset the Netherlands 1-0 in the opening Group B match at the European soccer championship, as Germany overcame a stubborn Portugal team to win by the same score.
Bayern Munich defeated Augsburg 2-0 to extend its lead at the top of German soccer’s Bundesliga.
Chelsea captured its first Champions League title, beating Bayern Munich at the German club’s home field 4-3 in a penalty shootout.
Germany scored three times in a 13- minute span of the second half to beat Greece 4-2 and move into the semifinals of the European soccer championship.
For clues to how the German economy stands out from the European debt crisis, look no further than Champions League finalist Bayern Munich.
"That's the death of coffee production."
- Mario Gomez on Jun 14, 2012